Latest News from Hebden Royd Town Council
It was with many fond memories that Hebden Royd Town Councillors remembered their former colleague and friend Robin Dixon at last night's Full Council meeting. More about councillors remembering Robin Dixon
Following the government's announcement today, in which Calderdale was placed in tier 3 (and so defined as a 'very high risk' area in terms of Covid-19 infection rates) Hebden Bridge Picture House (HBPH) will remain temporarily closed until further notice. More info on the Picture House closure
The Mayor of Hebden Royd, Cllr Val Stevens, has recorded a video to the pupils of seven Hebden Royd primary schools to present them with the Kenneth Kaberry award. Read more about these two awards
Calder Community Cares have launched a Winter Community Plan, with £5000 funding received from Hebden Royd Town Council, alongside donations from Community Foundation for Calderdale and the Co-op. Read more about Calder Community Cares
The Town Council unanimously passed a motion formally supporting the campaign led by Marcus Rashford to end child food poverty. It calls on the Government to expand and increase the value of the Healthy Start Scheme, as well as, expand access to Free School Meals - providing meals and activities during holidays to stop holiday hunger. More info about the Free School Meals campaign.